Hunting vigorously through the lazylaces archives for "point'n'click" unearthed the following results...
Military Escape, you could face court martial for even thinking about playing it. At least that's what happened to the people that made it [subbed by MsInterpret & anon].
Flower Room Escape is best played in Firefox if you enjoy staring at a blank white screen. Otherwise, Internet Explorer is probably the way to go for this one [subbed by MsInterpret].
Mysterious Escape, because obvious escape wasn't challenging enough... [subbed by MsInterpret].
Escape Ancient China Room, me old china? [subbed by anon]. NOTE: You may well get the 'wrong' page when first linking to the game. If this happens look for a set of three large yellow/gold button some way down the page and click on one of these to start the game (once you have done this once it's likely that the game link will work first time every time).
Katydid and Ant 2 [subbed by MsInterpret & buji].
Millionth Bathroom Escape game that you've played, but at least it's a nice & swanky bathroom this time... [subbed by anon].
Minmotos that I had missed, as you do, and Little Mermaid is a cracker, with a special guest star appearance by Isaac Newton, of all people, which is a great bonus [subbed by Chocoholic, Nymphaea & buji].
Find Tealy you have to find the ten hidden Tealys (or should that be Tealies?)... which, as far as I can make out, are cute little blue dragons [subbed by EscapeGames24].
Mountain House Escape. I only hope you charged thru the nose for delivery; better check the zip code next time though [subbed by buji].
point'n'click screwdriver it's time to attempt some Radio Dismantlement [subbed by Juraj Svajdlenka].
Lunar Rainbow Room Escape about how any good meteorologist would tell you that there is no such thing as a lunar rainbow, although many of them had experienced a total eclipse of the heart... but a quick double check on wiki shows that apparently "moonbows" do exist after all... still, I did manage to get the Bonnie Tyler link in anyway, which is a bonus... [subbed by anon & myst].
Hana-Chan Room provides some cute escape the room action for an otherwise laid back Sunday. Unless you have another room to decorate like Jen & I do, I'm off to tape around some window frames right now... [subbed by bird].